Personal and Social Competency – A. Set of Profiles: Positive Personal Cultural Identity Competency
Set of Profiles: Positive Personal & Cultural Identity Competency
These profile descriptions include three facets that underpin Positive and Cultural Identity Competency:
- Relationships and cultural contexts
- Personal values and choices
- Personal strengths and abilities
These three facets are interrelated and are embedded within the profile descriptions, which are written from a student’s point-of-view.
(From BC Ministry: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/sites/curriculum.gov.bc.ca/files/pdf/PPCICompetencyProfiles.pdf)
- I am aware of myself as different from others.
- I know my name, with some help, I can identify some of my attributes.
- I am aware of different aspects of myself. I can identify people, places, and things that are important to me.
- I can identify some of my individual characteristics.
- I can describe my family, home, and/or community (people and/or place).
- I can explain what I like and dislike.
- I am able to explain what interests me.
- I can describe different aspects of my identity.
- I have pride in who I am.
- I am able to identify different groups that I belong to.
- I am able to represent aspects of my cultural contexts (such as family, communities, school, and peer groups) through words and/or images.
- I can describe what is important to me.
- I can describe and demonstrate pride in my positive qualities, characteristics, and/or skills.
- I can explain how I am able to use these to contribute to my home and/or community.
- I understand that my identity is influenced by many aspects of my life.
- I am aware that my values shape my choices, and contribute to making me a unique individual.
- I understand that my identity is made up of many interconnected aspects of my life such as experiences, family history, heritage, where I live, and groups I identify with (including family, friends, peers, and virtual communities).
- I understand that what I value influences the choices I make and how I present myself in various contexts.
- I understand that my characteristics, qualities, strengths, and challenges make me unique, and are an important part of the communities I belong to (including people and places).
- I can identify how my life experiences have contributed to who I am; I recognize the continuous and evolving nature of my identity.
- I understand that my learning is continuous and my concept of self and identity will continue to evolve.
- I can describe how aspects of my life experiences, family history, background, and where I live (or have lived) have influenced my values and choices.
- I can identify how my strengths can help me meet challenges and I understand that I will continue to develop new skills, abilities, and strengths.
- I can identify how my challenges can be opportunities for growth.
- I can identify my potential as a leader in the communities I belong to.
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